Fantasy Football Super Bowl: Don’t Second Guess Yourself

With this season drawing to close, this season has all been about matchups and distributed talent. Unfortunately, this season has been difficult to gauge the good players and bad ones.  It has been highly dependent on game-planning and matchups.  Teams such as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills are wild cards in the fantasy playoffs. Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount has turned in somewhat surprising numbers, and Bills running back Fred Jackson as well.  Their respective quarterbacks, Josh Freeman and Ryan Fitzpatrick, have turned in respectable numbers but not elite numbers.

One should not attempt to second-guess oneself in the playoffs.  I have done so many times before, and I am warning you to mind yourself as you play this final game.  Playing mind games with yourself is not good, and believe in whatever system that you established this season, whether running back-heavy or wide receiver-heavy. Also, remember late in the season, you can still pick up waiver wire surprises, despite quite a few of them being third options or late bloomers.

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